Press Releases

04/28/15 | Facing Contempt Charges, Arpaio’s Latest Legal Battle Might Just Do Him In  The controversial reign of Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County in Arizona may be nearing an end. In 2011, Arpaio was ordered to halt his department’s […] | Read More »

04/27/15 | Reminders that GOP Field is Alienating Young Voters on Immigration, While Embracing Incoherent, Extreme and Unworkable Policy Ideas and Soundbites With the most of the likely 2016 Republican presidential field in Iowa over the weekend, […] | Read More »

04/27/15 |  New York Times Op-Ed by Roberto Suro and Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco Remind Us What’s at Stake for Millions of U.S. Citizen Children without DAPA and Expanded DACA As we’ve said before, the cost of inaction […] | Read More »

04/24/15 | Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott just let the cat out of the bag. Abbott has led the charge against President Obama’s 2014 immigration actions, with both DAPA and expanded DACA now on hold as the […] | Read More »

04/24/15 |  Courts, Congress and Candidates: Leaders Discuss the Latest Developments in the Immigration Debate and How it’s Playing on the 2016 Campaign Trail It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the immigration debate.  Between the […] | Read More »

04/24/15 | New Talking Point Translator Tool from America’s Voice Uncovers the True Meaning Behind Some of the Most Popular GOP Soundbites  As the 2016 election cycle kicks into high gear, it’s clear that when it comes […] | Read More »

04/22/15 | If He Does What He Says, Chaos Would Result Scott Walker made news yesterday when he tried to clarify his immigration position – for the third time in six weeks.  His sprint to the right […] | Read More »

04/21/15 | Once a Supporter of a Path to Citizenship, Walker’s Current Position: Undocumented Immigrants Go Home, Executive Action Must End, Legal Immigration Should be More Strictly Limited, Border and Interior Enforcement Need to be Ramped Up […] | Read More »

04/16/15 | Clinton Leans in on Driver’s Licenses; Rubio Tries to Have it Both Ways on Executive Action When it comes to immigration on the 2016 campaign trail, we’re interested in having candidates from both parties clear […] | Read More »

04/15/15 | Despite Opposition from the Left and the Right, Texas Legislature Moves Forward with Efforts to Repeal State Dream Act Opposition to the Texas Dream Act repeal effort continues to mount.  In recent weeks, a growing […] | Read More »

04/15/15 | Bush’s Appearance at Fundraiser Tonight for David Vitter Raises Troubling Questions  If Jeb Bush embodies many Republicans’ hopes to soften the GOP’s harsh brand image on immigration and expand the party’s competitiveness with Latino voters, […] | Read More »

04/13/15 | Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton entered the 2016 Presidential race this past weekend, and where she stands on both immigration reform in Congress and executive action by the President will determine whether Latino voters […] | Read More »

04/13/15 | Rubio’s Lurch to the Right Raises Questions of Leadership & Trustworthiness, While Alienating Latino Voters Florida Senator Marco Rubio is set to be the newest official entrant into the 2016 Republican presidential field.  Much of […] | Read More »

04/10/15 | The dwindling number of Republicans who still think they can glide into 2016 without first addressing their profound “Latino Problem” are in for a rude awakening. Today, Chuck Todd lifts up a new MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist poll […] | Read More »

04/08/15 | On a press call today, America’s Voice released its new report on the 2016 Republican presidential field and immigration, “What They Say, What They Mean, & Why it Matters.”  The report, and detailed recaps of individual candidates’ […] | Read More »

04/07/15 | Rand Paul Runs Away from Pro-Immigrant Positions Much the Way He Did from Pro-Immigrant Activists Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is the latest official entrant into the 2016 Republican presidential field, describing himself as a “different kind of […] | Read More »

04/06/15 | With 2016 Presidential Wannabes in the Hot Seat on Immigration, How Will the 2016 GOP Field Respond? Republicans in the Texas State Legislature seem intent on repealing the Texas Dream Act, legislation that enables eligible high […] | Read More »

04/02/15 | Must-Read New York Times Editorial Captures Current Moment in Immigration Debate In an editorial titled, “The Scrambled States of Immigration,” The New York Times weaves a range of recent developments together into a must-read piece capturing the current moment […] | Read More »